A collection of rivers from around the world.
Evergreen trees and a touch of low cloud over Capilano River in North Vancouver, Canada. The snaky Horseshoe Bend in Utah, USA. Rafting the turquoise waters of Agua Clara in Mexico. A view of the river below from the condor park called the Quebrada del Condorito, a National Park near Cordoba in Argentina. I wrote a post on Argentinean birds for my six-year-old niece which includes this 22 km walk.The Roman bridge and cross over the river at Canga de Onis in Northern Spain. The view of the river and town from ruins of the Chateau Gaillard in France. Sculling on the river Meuse in Dinant, Belgium. Going on a river cruise down the Meuse River in Maastricht, Holland. The Nyhavn River runs through a park in Copenhagen, Denmark.
A church on the river at Trollhaettan in Sweden. Within walking distance is a series of locks. Kids learning to face their fears by swimming under a small set of falls in a river in Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales. A walk along a river past Ladybower in the Peaks District of England. Angled rocks differentiate the river in Sneem, Ireland. Boats sailing past a temple on the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, Thailand. The shallow Nam Song river with a walking bridge and lots of vehicles in Vang Vieng, Laos. Boat races at the festival on the Tonle Sap River in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Golden temple on the edge of the Irrawaddy River catching the sun in Bagan, Myanmar.The Mekong River, over 4000 km long, runs from China near Tibet through multiple countries until it drains into the South China Sea south of Saigon. The Mekong Delta of Vietnam has hundreds of tributaries and is packed with farms and people living both along the river and on it. On our jungle trek in the Cameron Highlands of Malaysia, searching for a giant Rafflesia, torrential rains had turned everything into rivers of red mud. More of the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: A River Runs Through It.